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1/21/2020CARBONDALE, IL - Governor Pritzker Provides Opening Remarks at the Deployment Ceremony for the Illinois Army National GuardGovernor Pritzker provides opening remarks at the deployment ceremony for the Illinois Army National Guard.
1/21/2020CARBONDALE, IL - Governor Pritzker Joins Stakeholders and Shares Remarks on Rebuild Illinois and Investments in Southern Illinois University CarbondaleGovernor Pritzker joins stakeholders and shares remarks on Rebuild Illinois and investments in Southern Illinois University Carbondale.
1/20/2020CHICAGO, IL - Governor Pritzker joins City Year Chicago's Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service.Governor Pritzker joins City Year Chicago's Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service.
1/20/2020CHICAGO, IL - Governor Pritzker participates in a collection drive of children's items to commemorate Martin Luther King Jr. Day.Governor Pritzker participates in a collection drive of children's items to commemorate Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
1/17/2020CHICAGO, IL - Governor Pritzker Signs Legislation Eliminating Driver’s License Suspension as Penalty for Non-Moving ViolationsGovernor Pritzker signs legislation eliminating driver’s license suspension as a penalty for non-moving violations.
1/16/2020CLOSED CAPTIONS - Governor Pritzker's Brief Remarks at American Red Cross Blood Drive Governor Pritzker's Brief Remarks at American Red Cross Blood Drive. (.srt)
1/15/2020CHICAGO, IL - Governor Pritzker's Brief Remarks at American Red Cross Blood DriveGovernor Pritzker's brief remarks at American Red Cross Blood Drive.
1/14/2020CHICAGO, IL - Governor Pritzker Signs Legislation Accelerating the Multi-Year Senior Homestead ExemptionGovernor Pritzker signs legislation accelerating the multi-year Senior Homestead Exemption.
1/14/2020CHICAGO, IL - Illinois State Lottery Monopoly Game EventIllinois State Lottery Monopoly Game Event.
1/9/2020CHICAGO, IL - JEO Rollout Q and A Governor Pritzker takes questions from the press following the JEO Rollout fireside chat.
1/9/2020CHICAGO, IL - Governor Pritzker and Lt. Governor Stratton Discuss the Justice, Equity and Opportunity Initiative in a Fireside ChatGovernor Pritzker and Lt. Governor Stratton discuss the Justice, Equity and Opportunity Initiative in a Fireside Chat.
1/6/2020CHICAGO, IL - Illinois Comptroller Susana Mendoza Announces Major Policy Change on State Collection of Red-Light Camera Ticket Fines Illinois Comptroller Susana Mendoza announces major policy change on state collection of red-light camera ticket fines.
1/2/2020CHICAGO, IL - Media Availability with Toi Hutchinson, Senior Advisor to the Governor on Cannabis Control Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation will accept applications (including those from social equity applicants) for the first round of conditional adult use cannabis dispensary licenses. The deadline to submit applications is Jan. 2, and licenses will be awarded May 1.
12/31/2019CHICAGO, IL - Governor Pritzker Grants Thousands of Pardons for Individuals with Low-Level Cannabis ConvictionsWith Illinois poised to become the 11th state in the nation to legalize adult-use cannabis and the first to do so with equity at the core of its approach, Governor JB Pritzker granted 11,017 pardons for individuals whose low-level cannabis convictions have held them back from good jobs, housing and financial aid for college – as the state is poised to legalize cannabis Wednesday.